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Pacifica performs die1 vertical migration with daytime depth of 200 to 400 m and night-time depth of less than 150 m in Sanriku waters (Endo, 1981). Benthopelagic E. pacifica may occur as a result of encountering the sea bed during vertical migration as suggested for Meganyctiphanes norvegica by Greene et al. (1988). If this hypothesis is correct, benthopelagic E. pacifica should appear as deep as 400 m; this corresponds to the upper continental slope. Further offshore, E. pacifica may be pelagic with a lower population density.
To this end, it is recommended that Geographical Information Systems (preferably platform independent ones) be used to store the data. Almost all of the problems that arise from the use of acoustic methods to estimate krill abundance are well addressed by current software and hardware availability. After that, researchers must ensure that careful consideration is given to understanding the effects of the strengths and limitations that acoustic methods impose on the interpretation of results. References American National Standards Institute Inc.
Sound scatter versus reflection Measurements of volume scattering distribution and intensity can provide estimates of biomass for many small organisms that have low individual target strength. Low Sampling Krill 25 target strength, ordinarily, would render the organism acoustically transparent. , volume scattering) produces a measurable signal. Krill are a typical case in which volume scattering measurements provide an effective way to determine distribution and abundance. 2 illustrates a typical situation where the only targets are fish, while Fig.
A review of nuclear energy in the United States: hidden power by Todd H. Otis